Outdoor Adventure - Kaslo Rocks Not surprisingly, Kaslo attracts many outdoor enthusiasts who want to live, work and play in the area. Fortunately for everyone, they are totally committed to creating the best recreational experience for like-minded visitors. Kaslo Trailblazers Society, Kootenay Mountain Sports and the Kaslo Community Forest Society are working on a proposal to develop a new multi-purpose recreation area on the flanks of Mount Buchanan. This area is proposed to become the Kaslo playground for year round outdoor activities. The terrain is ideal for trail oriented activities; in summer, mountain biking, hiking, jogging and back-country running. In winter, the area lends itself to cross-country skiing, back country skiing and snowshoeing. For more information regarding plans for the Mount Buchanan Recreational Area, stop in at Kootenay Mountain Sports or visit www.kootenaymountainsports.com or www.kaslotrailblazers.org It is the desire for future phenomenal trails for everyone that fuels this proposal.
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Kaslo has water! Kootenay Lake, Kaslo River, Mirror Lake, each can be admired and explored. For those who enjoy water activities, you can launch your boat at Kaslo Bay Park or if you sail into town you can moor at the Kaslo public dock free for 48 hours. For those…
Kaslo has two courts, just south of town near the Rec Complex. You can get a key and play for a day or buy a membership for reasonable rates at the Kaslo Motel right in town. Call 250-353-2431. If you have questions regarding the Kaslo Tennis Club, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s hard to keep your focus on the ball at the Kaslo Golf Club. There is a spectacular view at each of the nine holes, no matter which way you turn. The course has rolling hills, expertly conditioned grass greens and well-manicured fairways. Sand in the bunkers is carefully maintained.
Kaslo is filled with adventure and discovery. From beautiful in-town hiking up Wardner and Easter Lily trails, to longer and more challenging out of town climbs such as Whitewater and Jumbo Pass, there's a hike to suit every ability.